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  1. Met a level 41 Minstrel in Orodost in Ered Luin...

    Met a level 41 Minstrel in Orodost in Ered Luin yesterday - had to kill 12 goblins in there but each time I was running towards one, he'd hit it from range. This went on 4-5 times so in the end I...
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    The Shire is always a pleasure to see, although...

    The Shire is always a pleasure to see, although the music does start to grate after a while. I always enjoy Hobbiton due to having read about it so much. Celondim in Ered Luin is also a beautiful...
  3. If you're on Laurelin, I'll happily make you some...

    If you're on Laurelin, I'll happily make you some and post them. Only a journeyman scholar so they won't be very good, but the offer's there!
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    Are you purely looking at the numbers here, or...

    Are you purely looking at the numbers here, or are you preferring men/ dwarves for any aesthetic reason? I.e do you prefer the look of dwarves or men? If so, that's also important. Which one do you...
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    And from the Two Towers: Gimli at the Battle...

    And from the Two Towers:

    Gimli at the Battle of Helm's Deep "Till now I have hewn naught but wood since I left Moria".
  6. How did I forget Narnia? I wouldn't say it's a...

    How did I forget Narnia? I wouldn't say it's a favourite, but a big childhood influence certainly. Another was the Lone Wolf series by Joe Dever
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    (1) Sitting outside Bag End looking at the Shire...

    (1) Sitting outside Bag End looking at the Shire
    (2.). Seeing Weathertop
    (3.). First time I saw Gandalf/ Thorin/ Elrond
    (4.). Bilbo's trolls
    (5.). The trailer for LOTRO
  8. Middle Earth comes first, having read Lord of the...

    Middle Earth comes first, having read Lord of the Rings,the Hobbit, the Children of Hurin, and the Silmarillion. A close second is the "Tales of the Otori series" by Lian Hearn, also then A Song of...
  9. I watched it in the cinema, just watched the DVD...

    I watched it in the cinema, just watched the DVD at the weekend and it's disappointing.

    The main issues for me are:

    (1) the decision to split it into 3 films, which means that a lot of scenes...
  10. My weirdest experience was recently on my Man...

    My weirdest experience was recently on my Man champion. Called in to the Prancing Pony one night and ordered a pint of Barliman's Best. Not sure if the ale had some rotten hops, as my vision went a...
  11. Thread: Is thisi ok?

    by Southron
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    I'll be going back and doing the Shire deeds/...

    I'll be going back and doing the Shire deeds/ quests on my second character having just completed them on my first. The Shire's an amazing looking place, but the slug killer deed, and completing the...
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    I mail it between my two, mainly for their...

    I mail it between my two, mainly for their different crafting needs. Doesn't cost much in post and it's easy.
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    Ah the pleasure of sitting outside Bag End having...

    Ah the pleasure of sitting outside Bag End having a pipe looking out on the Shire.....

    And Baugarch was a massive surprise to me the first time. At least it taught me to check how much morale an...
  14. Only one I have is on a level 2 hobbit in the...

    Only one I have is on a level 2 hobbit in the starter area in Archet (on Laurelin). It was another hobbit, again about level 2 or 3. Came up to me and started saying "You f*** me?...
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    I'd say, which one do you like the idea of more -...

    I'd say, which one do you like the idea of more - the skilled ferocious warrior charging into battle, slicing/ bashing through enemies, or the solid warrior defending his comrades?

    Personally I...
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    I've gone for Deabel for my newly created Hobbit...

    I've gone for Deabel for my newly created Hobbit Guardian.
  17. I wouldn't really describe myself as a heavy...

    I wouldn't really describe myself as a heavy roleplayer, I've not had any hostility and prejudice (apart from one person in Archet at level 2 who came up to me and started asking me if I wanted to do...
  18. Sounds fair enough, I'm certainly not suggesting...

    Sounds fair enough, I'm certainly not suggesting that one person should come before the group. If the group can manage with someone equipped with items that aren't the best or missing items that...
  19. Thanks to everyone for the speedy replies so far!...

    Thanks to everyone for the speedy replies so far!

    My question was also prompted by my champion wandering through Combe at level 11 and being asked by a passing player "Why aren't you wearing a...
  20. Should roleplaying affect gameplay for others

    This is purely a topic I'd like opinions on - simply whether roleplaying restrictions should be adhered to at all times, or whether the roleplayer should consider other non roleplaying people,...
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    After watching the Two Towers recently, "I'm...

    After watching the Two Towers recently, "I'm wasted on cross country. We dwarves are natural sprinters!"
  22. Thread: LM or Cap?

    by Southron
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    I've played both, the key difference for me has...

    I've played both, the key difference for me has been not in what they can do, but how you play. The Loremaster needs a lot more planning and strategy, whereas the captain can charge in to combat, and...
  23. Well.....J R R Tolkien did state that the events...

    Well.....J R R Tolkien did state that the events listed in the books were from an earlier age of the Earth, and that Hobbits were still among us. So in that sense these are history books.
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    Which is why no matter how the War of the Ring...

    Which is why no matter how the War of the Ring would have went, sorrow would follow for the Elves. Cause once the One was destroyed, the Three would lose their power, since they were tied to the...
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    Faramir in the Return of the King: "Then,...

    Faramir in the Return of the King:

    "Then, Éowyn of Rohan, I say to you that you are beautiful. In the valleys of our hills there are flowers fair and bright, and maidens fairer still; but neither...
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